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  • The Glow Up thumbnail

    The Glow Up The Glow Up

    I will be playing F1, Fortnite, Forza Horizon 4. I will also be using this PC for streaming in the further for when I get a... I will be playing F1, Fortnite, Forza Horizon 4. I will also be using this PC for streaming in the further for when I get a graphics card.
    $1,669.93
    Oliver C
  • Dads Rig thumbnail

    Dads Rig Dads Rig

    Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress... Lucky snag from a friend in a hard spot, work in progress...
    $2,289.93
    Mary W
  • Nebula thumbnail

    Nebula Nebula

    RGB all the way RGB all the way
    $3,664.94
    chuong quach
  • Alec’s build thumbnail

    Alec’s build Alec’s build

    This build has been a dream of mine for more than a year and I have finally achieved it. I like not only the looks but the... This build has been a dream of mine for more than a year and I have finally achieved it. I like not only the looks but the performance is just perfect for the games I play. Especially with my newly added rtx 3070, it really is a dream come true.
    $1,954.94
    Alec S
  • Silver Glacies thumbnail

    Silver Glacies Silver Glacies

    My build is intended as a professional workstation for my architectural and photographic work. Primary workloads will be 2d... My build is intended as a professional workstation for my architectural and photographic work. Primary workloads will be 2d production drawing (CAD) and 3D digital modeling of architectural buildings and large scale international urban design projects. In addition, architectural visualization / rendering presentations will be created for client and public reviews. The Arch-Viz creation will be the most intensive computer work. Both CPU and GPU will be used for rendering, individually and together in hybrid situations. My current workflow for rendering will max out all cpu cores to 100% and will involve a start to finish of an 1-hour to 4 hours + depending on complexity and final image size. This new build should reduce my rendering times significantly over my 12-year old 8-core dual-xeon (X5470) system. My selection of the 14-core Intel 10940X CPU was a balance of speed and core-count. Overclocking at reasonable levels of 4.5 mhz across all cores has been attained under a sustained rendering workload. and the two fastest cores hit 5 mhz in stable one and two-core work loads. The EK-AIO 360 CPU cooler has been a great part of this performance. The CPU heat load is tremendous, as you can imagine. The ASUS AI software was set-up to monitor the workload and heat and has created fan curves that work very well in the system. The motherboard I chose was an ASUS Prime X299 Edition 30 and I have been quite pleased with the build quality and the features built-in to the board. (Optimized power solution: 16 power stages, 48 lanes(10940X), Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Thunderbolt 3, etc) The motherboard should allow me to perform many future upgrades as the need arises. The graphics card is an important element of my workstation computer and the current market for the new Nvidia graphic cards is a testament to their popularity. I have carried over an Nvidia / ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II OC Edition 2048MB graphics card from my old workstation for now. It performs amazingly well for my 2D work load and I am not using it for any GPU rendering work loads. It will still perform reasonable for my few games and racing simulation on my LG 34'' Class 21:9 UltraWide QHD IPS LED Monitor. As I put the workstation together I considered custom sleeved cabling for its minimal look and color. Silver / white and black of the motherboard / case was carried through in the parts. I decided that I would challenge myself to use only the cables supplied by parts manufacturers (case, motherboard, power supply). All the cables were black and fairly minimal in their construction. So I laid all the cables out and let them 'relax' into the straightest lines I could achieve. My long wait for the Intel CPU to come back into the supply chain gave them a lot of time to stretch out. I then assembled the case, cables and motherboard to achieve the most minimalist look and clean lines with the cables provided. The Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X Glass case allowed for a lot of options to conceal cables and the tool-less swing panels allow for easy concealment of cables and future ssd drives as required. Future upgrades... 1) the graphics card to an NVIDIA RTX 3090 or RTX 3080 or possibly the professional grade A40 or RTX A6000 boards. 2) additional 32 gb of memory 3) additional motherboard system for a dual-system (render-farm set-up) the Revolt X power supply is for a dual system. Software I currently use = Autodesk Autocad Architecture 2021, Autodesk 3DS Max, Autodesk Revit 2021, nXt-Render plug-ins, and Adobe Photoshop 2021. Future software upgrades ... Lumion and / Corona rendering. Many architectural firms are starting to use the architectural based game-engines and I will be downloading the Unreal engine and Twimmotion software soon. Maybe explore the beta Project Lavina.
    $2,262.85
    James B
  • My Dream Build thumbnail

    My Dream Build My Dream Build

    This build was the culmination of my PC building over the years. I Originally had the build in the another case with a few... This build was the culmination of my PC building over the years. I Originally had the build in the another case with a few different parts, but I really wanted to make a good looking custom loop computer. The parts were pieced together over time, building it up each time I upgraded and finally getting it to where it is now. I love this build, not only is it a beautiful machine to look at, its a beast in the gaming realm. I wanted a build that I would love to look at, and one that I never had to worry about "Could it run this game?" And this build has exceeded both expectations!
    $4,672.72
    Derek A
  • Clean Water-cooled build thumbnail

    Clean Water-cooled build Clean Water-cooled build

    Second build I've made. Planning on making more watercooled PCs since I really enjoy it. Use for gaming and content creation. Second build I've made. Planning on making more watercooled PCs since I really enjoy it. Use for gaming and content creation.
    $1,944.92
    JodyTri
  • IN-WIN 915 thumbnail

    IN-WIN 915 IN-WIN 915

    After building the Zenith Extreme AMD 1900x, was looking for a new build with the X570 Chip After building the Zenith Extreme AMD 1900x, was looking for a new build with the X570 Chip
    $7,260.90
    hd_sporty
  • NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build thumbnail

    NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build

    I built this PC about 3 years ago. I didn't know too much about building PC's nor did I ever have a gaming PC. After... I built this PC about 3 years ago. I didn't know too much about building PC's nor did I ever have a gaming PC. After putting this together I have found a passion for building PC's now. I never heard of NZXT before and as I was doing some research, I fell in love with their cases. At the time of the build, NZXT came out with their new mobo, the N7 Z370. After seeing the mobo, I knew I wanted to build an aesthetically pleasing build with awesome performance. My main focus was form over function, so I sacrificed the GPU and got a 1050Ti. I also wanted to dabble in streaming, so I wanted to make sure the PC could handle the extra multi-tasking. As of today, I'm happy with where my PC is at. The only upgrades I'd consider is higher performing GPU, CPU, and possibly a custom loop.
    $2,399.97
    Psunamii
  • RGB goes brrrrrrr thumbnail

    RGB goes brrrrrrr RGB goes brrrrrrr

    My daily driver pc! Believe it or not this build started out as an i5 6500, gigabyte z170mx gaming 5, 16 GB gskill ripjaws... My daily driver pc! Believe it or not this build started out as an i5 6500, gigabyte z170mx gaming 5, 16 GB gskill ripjaws 2666mhz, 250GB crucial MX500, 1T toshiba hdd and a corsair RM650.
    $1,926.96
    DRzRevolution
  • I thought I knew what I was doing thumbnail

    I thought I knew what I was doing I thought I knew what I was doing

    I tend to build a new PC every 4 years, It keeps my PC fresh and keeps me up to date on most parts. This time it took me 5... I tend to build a new PC every 4 years, It keeps my PC fresh and keeps me up to date on most parts. This time it took me 5 years go build a new PC and I got the less than plesent experience of realizing exactly how much I didnt know about building a PC.
    $3,125.93
    Lostredneck